Zaloha is a shellscript for synchronization of files and directories. Zaloha is a shellscript for synchronization of files and directories. It is a much simpler alternative to RSYNC, with key differences: * Zaloha is a bash shellscript that uses only FIND, SORT and AWK. * All you need is the Zaloha.sh file (contains ~69 kB of program code and ~57 kB of documentation). * No compilation, installation and configuration is required. * Cyber-secure: No new binary code, no new open ports, easily reviewable. * Both directories must be available locally (local HDD/SSD, flash drive, mounted Samba or NFS volume). * Zaloha does not lock files while copying them. No writing on either directory may occur while Zaloha runs. * Zaloha always copies whole files (not parts of files like RSYNC). This is, however, fully sufficient in many situations. * Zaloha has optional reverse-synchronization features. * Zaloha can optionally compare files byte by byte. * Zaloha prepares scripts for case of eventual restore…. More Info »Full documentation is available both online (on the Official Website) as well as inside of Zaloha.sh.On Linux/Unics, Zaloha runs natively. On Windows, Cygwin is needed.
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